For the hell of it I was recently going back to some of the older metal stuff I used to listen to, namely CD's recorded/produced by Scott Burns (Sepultura "Arise", Napalm Death "Harmony Corruption", Death "Leprosy", Obituary "Cause of Death", Devastation "Idolatry", to name a few). I remember how awesome I thought his productions sounded back then but today they feel very dated. I know it was a big leap for metal production at the time and he undoubtedly left his mark. His later productions sounded more individual to the band as opposed to the cookie cutter sound from one band to the next in the early 90's (I heard he got a lot of slack for that but that was what the bands asked for!). I'm curious to hear what you guys think of his style as a whole and if you think it's relevant at all today.